Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of GSoC/GettingStarted


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Mar 23, 2012, 9:57:13 PM (8 years ago)
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/* Configure a Development Computer */

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    1414You will be best served by using a Virtual Machine image we create that has all the tools installed ready to run. The image uses Virtual Box and should run on most modern computers. GSoC is about the working on open source and the projects listed and not about a specific complexity of a project like RTEMS, for example the tools. You can find out more about the virtual machine images on the [wiki:Virtual_Machines_for_RTEMS_Development_  Virtual Machines for RTEMS Development] page.
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    16 If you use GNU/Linux and are familiar with using it we provide RPM based prebuilt tools for some GNU/Linux distribution. Some of the core RTEMS developers use [http://fedoraproject.org/ Fedora] or [http://www.centos.org/ CentOS] and we are can support you when if you use one these development host operating system. Some users have had success using Debian and Ubuntu with [wiki:TBR/Website/Debian_and_Ubuntu prebuilt tools], although you may need to [wiki:Building_the_RTEMS_toolset_on_Ubuntu_  build your own toolchain] how-ever this adds complexity to the task so be warned. As of February 2012 we suggest using Fedora 16 or CentOS 6.  We will ALWAYS be on a version that is supported by the distribution.
     16If you use GNU/Linux and are familiar with using it we provide RPM based prebuilt tools for some GNU/Linux distribution. Some of the core RTEMS developers use [http://fedoraproject.org/ Fedora] or [http://www.centos.org/ CentOS] and we are can support you when if you use one these development host operating system. Some users have had success using Debian and Ubuntu with [wiki:TBR/Website/Debian_and_Ubuntu prebuilt tools], although you may need to [wiki:Building_the_RTEMS_toolset_on_Ubuntu_  build your own toolchain] how-ever this adds complexity to the task so be warned. As of February 2012 we suggest using Fedora 16 or CentOS 6.  We will ALWAYS be on a version that is supported by the distribution. Other [wiki:TBR/UserManual/RTEMS_Development_Hosts development hosts] can also be used but are less well-supported.
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    1818This step involves the following steps.